Ezgi Ceren Cubuk, Foreign Attorney

(not licensed in Florida or the United States)

Ezgi Ceren Cubuk is an experienced arbitration attorney with more than 6 years of practice before various tribunals. After graduating from law school in 2015 in Turkey, she completed her internship at the Ankara Bar Association and practiced commercial litigation during this period.

In 2018, she started to work at the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources in the Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Department representing the Republic of Turkey in the International Law field under the coordination of the Presidency of Turkey. Ms. Cubuk specialized in investment arbitration, commercial litigation, ICC, and ICSID cases for the Turkish government.

After gaining broad experience in international arbitration, Ms. Cubuk completed her Master’s in Law at the University of Miami as she continues to work in the field of arbitration.


  • Represented the Republic of Turkey in International Arbitration Cases, drafted and submitted state opinions regarding amendments of ICSID Rules, BITs, UNCITRAL Rules and Energy Charter Treaties.
  • Represented intra-governmental entities in Turkey in domestic arbitration cases, particularly focusing on concession, mining, nuclear and energy disputes.
  • Drafted motions, prepared witness statements, assisted experts in expert reports and conducted cross-examination of witnesses during hearings.
  • Selected to the YOUNG ICCA Mentoring Program 8th Cycle as a mentee
  • Representative of Energy Disputes Arbitration Center

Bar Admissions

  • Union of Turkish Bar Association
  • Ankara Bar Association


  • Atilim University Law School, 2015
  • University of Miami, LLM in International Arbitration, 2022


  • Certified Government Arbitration Attorney, ISTAC and Presidency of Turkey, February 2021
  • Certified International Investment Law and Dispute Resolution, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, January 2021


  • Turkish
  • English

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